Inglês Todos os Dias #136: ‘Eu não sei como você o aguenta!’ em inglês| Three-part phrasal verbs #3

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Inglês Todos os Dias #136: ‘Eu não sei como você o aguenta!’ em inglês| Three-part phrasal verbs #3

Hoje de manhã meu aluno disse que o chefe dele está impossível esta semana porque estão tendo uma auditoria na firma, e eles tem que aguentá-lo. Você saberia dizer que "eles tem que aguentá-lo" em inglês? Vamos falar sobre isso hoje, pois é mais um three-part verb!

 

 

 

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My boss was so stressed out with visitors this week, and we had to put up with him.
audit
stressed out
come down with
look forward to
put up with
He's so rude, I don't know how you put up with him!
whole week
I can't put up with his lies!
can't stand
I can't put up with it anymore!
What do you have to put up with?
I have to put up with my husband's snooring.
I can't put up with my neighbors noise any longer!
Thank you for putting up with me, and I'll see you on our site!

 

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42 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #136: ‘Eu não sei como você o aguenta!’ em inglês| Three-part phrasal verbs #3”

I can’t put up with my college, I’m so tired. Thanks God it’s almost finish.Have a nice night Tim

Hang on there! Vacation is almost here!

I can´t put up with not being fluent in North American English, slowly and surely Ican ! ! Have everybody a Sunny and great Friday ! Thanks so much for having me here !
I´m putting up whit everyday chalenges for God´s Blessing .

You’ll get there soon, Ricardo!

Hi , Tim
I can’t put up with my anxiety. I’m suffering from insomnia just now.
Bye…I’ll try falling asleep (or should be “I’ll try to get to sleep” or “I’ll try getting asleep”?)… 
PS: how can I say “perdi o sono”? 
Thanks and have a nice day

Hello, Debora. You simply say that you “can’t sleep”. You “lie awake” in bed, “tossing and turning”. I’m sorry about that! I hope you can start sleeping better soon.

I can’t put up with my friend cause his lies it’s so unreal. He lies through his teeth.

That’s too bad. You can’t trust a friend who lies like that.

I can´t put up with the corruption in this beautiful country. It´s a shame!!
By the way Tim, could you explain us the meaning of the phrasal
Stand by…

It is disgusting; you’re right.

Sure, we’ll talk about that phrasal verb soon.

I can´t put up with the cold in São Paulo anymore. It was seven degrees this morning!

Brrrr. It’s too cold!!

Tim, porque você usou anymore e any longer, sendo que é a mesma expressão. Gramaticalmente falando, tem algo que os difere?

Rodrigo

São sinônimos, Rodrigo.

I see….Thank’s 😉

I can’t put up with my mother talking to me all day long. She talks too much!

Be nice to your mother! 😀

I can’t up with losing my job, because I don’t speak english.

I hope you can find a job soon.

I can’t put up with the cold! It’s very very cold in Sao Paulo these days!

I know what you mean! I’m having a hard time typing; my fingers are too cold!

We can’t put up with this noise all night,  tomorrow we wake up early to work.

Have a nice day.

Is it your neighbors?

I can’t put up with my coworkers bad mood. They are aways complaining about everything. This situation relly piss me off.

*really

It’s best to stay away from negative people, if possible. They bring you down with them.

Acredito que com este mesmo significado os personagens de TV usam o “can’t get () anymore”

Good job but I can’t download the podcast since my C phone anymore haha…

Hello, Marivan. Sim, o “anymore” é sinônomio de “any longer”.

I can’t  put up with the cold here in South.

How cold is it there?

Today in the morning was 5ºC!

My dear boss, don’t take your bad mood out on me!

Bosses do that sometimes. 🙂

I can’t put up with being unemployed any longer!

I hope you can find a job soon, Camila!

Tim, I don’t put up with fake brazilian country music anymore.

Kkkk What kind? Sertaneja?

I can’t put up with the music from my neighbor!

I can’t put up with getting up early any longer!

I don’t know how he put up with this woman.

It’s impossible to put up him.

I can’t put up with working. I’m looking forward to vacation!!

I have to put up with my boss everey day!